Linux administrators can’t live by the graphical UI alone. That is the reason we’ve ordered helpful Linux commands into this advantageous guide. Kali Linux is a Debian inferred Linux circulation intended for computerized crime scene distribution and penetration testing.

It comes with a lot of inbuilt hacking tools which can be used to hack websites and wireless networks.

With just a few commands, we can automate tasks, install our favorite software, create additional user accounts, properly configure anonymity software, and optimize our interactions with terminals.

Also Read – CarbonCopy : A Tool Which Creates A Spoofed Certificate of Any Online Website

Best Useful Commands for Kali Linux

  • Ls

The command “ls” stands for (List Directory Contents), List the contents of the folder, be it file or folder, from which it runs. The most common options are -a (all files) and -l (long or details)

  • Nmap

Nmap, also known as network mapper is a pretty simple tool in Kali Linux that allows you to scan open ports, running services, NetBIOS, OS detection etc.

  • Lsblk

The lsblk stands for List Block Devices, print block devices by their assigned name on the standard output in a tree-like fashion.

  • apt-get

The apt-get tool automatically updates a Debian machine and installs Debian packages/programs.

  • Cal

The cal command simply displays a formatted calendar of current month in your terminal screen.

  • Sudo

The sudo command allows a permitted user to execute a command as the root user or another users.

  • Chroot

The Chroot command allows to run a command with a different root directory.

  • Cron

The cron command is a daemon to execute scheduled commands.

  • Fgrep

The fgrep command allow to search for files that meet a desired criteria.

  • Help

This command will display a built-in commands.

So please try the command and see the result.